Coming to Calm
What you'll learn
- Use mindful tools to manage the stresses and strains of everyday life.
- Have a range of self-care tools to feel calmer and take more enjoyment in what you do.
- Have creative ways of learning from the challenges that you face.
- Communicate with others in a way that builds understanding and reduces conflict.
- No previous personal development experience required.
Coming to Calm is a course that introduces you to mindful tools that help to make you feel calmer and bring a greater sense of enjoyment to the things that you do.
I’ve created this video version of Coming to Calm because people who’ve attended the online live version have told me how much difference it’s made to their lives. They have described Coming to Calm as a deceptively simple approach that has helped them understand themselves better and feel more empowered.
They were able to put the tools they’d learnt into practice to help them pause and tune in to themselves and discover what’s needed for them to live well.
They noticed that:
- they now feel less stressed
- they are more joyful
- they are more appreciative of everyday things
- and their relationships with others have improved
The course is delivered in bite-sized, easy-to-follow chunks, with activities in each module to help you
- build understanding of yourself
- pause for breath, slow time down and bring care and attention to yourself
- listen to yourself in a way that brings fresh perspectives and helps reveal solutions to challenges you may face
- listen to others in a way that builds understanding between you.
Who this course is for:
- All levels personal development and self-empowerment course.
Tamsin worked as a physiotherapist for ten years before retraining as a coach, trainer and workshop facilitator. When a friend introduced her to Clean Language it wasn’t long before she was hooked. Here was a respectful way of asking questions that helps people feel heard at a very deep level and encourages them to think for themselves. These questions can also be used to bring attention to the metaphors that people naturally use to describe their experience, bringing a resourceful and richly creative quality to their thinking.
Tamsin has combined the principles of mindful awareness with exploration through metaphor using Clean Language questions to create The Listening Space – a new approach to listening to yourself and others that can be powerfully transformative.
Her work has also lead her to creating Coming to Calm, a course that introduces you to mindful tools that help to make you feel calmer and bring a greater sense of enjoyment to the things that you do.
She is author of two books: The Listening Space: A New Path to Personal Discovery (revised edition 2020), and Captured Moments: Poems Inspired by a Listening Space (2019).